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Energy law still has property owners, city at odds, while sense of partnership with Eversource builds
Energy law still has property owners, city at odds, while sense of partnership with Eversource builds. Business leaders continued to express dismay Tuesday over how Cambridge’s Building Energy Usage Disclosure Ordinance has been implemented, and the potential for them to face earlier deadlines to comply. Condo owners, on the other hand, are getting more time to meet the law’s requirements.
Attend meetings in Somerville Jan. 30-Feb. 5 about rat damage, Davis labs, Porter rezoning. Rodent Issues Special Committee, 6:30 p.m. Monday. Members hear from staff about current rodent mitigation plans and consider residents’ concerns about rodent expenses, including car and home repairs. Watchable by videoconferencing. Intersection reconstruction due. Powder...
Everyone agrees that Cambridge has a housing affordability crisis. Biotech labs worsen that housing crisis by increasing displacement and outcompeting the new housing that our city so desperately needs. This is why we, a diverse group of residents of Cambridge, have proposed the Callender et al. zoning petition to regulate excessive biotech expansion and strike a better balance between commercial and residential development in places such as Central Square, Cambridge Street, Broadway in The Port, and North Massachusetts Avenue. We hope you’ll agree with our reasonable direction and urge the City Council to act before it is too late.
A week of events in Cambridge and Somerville, from Valentine’s R&B show to Hasty Pudding. “Marking Their Place in History” exhibit of Cambridge Black Trailblazers (continued) from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Cambridge Main Library, 449 Broadway, Mid-Cambridge, and continuing through March 1. Free. Information is here.
Unit treating autism and ADHD may give up beds for more adolescent psychiatric treatment needs. Cambridge Health Alliance wants to switch half the beds in a new unit for children and teens with neurological and developmental disorders to space for adolescents with more common psychiatric illnesses, because most of the special beds are empty. The health care system asked state officials Tuesday for permission to make the change, chief executive Assaad Sayah said.
Traffic circle at Powder House and Parkway becoming a safer T-intersection in project. The northern entrance to Somerville – Powder House Boulevard at Alewife Brook Parkway – has long been identified as a high-crash location. Now, as part of the the city’s Vision Zero Action Plan to end traffic deaths and serious injuries from transportation, the intersection is getting an overhaul.